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November 04, 2014, 07:19:12 AM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it... 
I agree 100% with this. I think the police need to be held accountable for their actions and their decisions. I think they should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are forced to make split second decisions, however their decisions need to be documented as well as the information they used to make such decisions. The only way to really document this is for the police to wear body camera (see your previous post in this thread)

This is the truth, every major incident usually ends with paid leave and "we found no misconduct".

If police officers were held more accountable for their actions like the average civilian that they go after, then things amy be a bit different.

I punch someone I got to jail, they beat the shit out of a guy and get to go on vacation.
I think it all boils down to the amount of evidence between each case. If there is an allegation that a police officer punches someone, then they will likely receive paid leave while internal affairs investigates, however the police officer cannot be charged for this or fired for this if there is not sufficient evidence against him (the same is true for a normal citizen who punches someone).

This only strengthens the argument for police officers to always needing to wear a body camera so their actions can be documented while they are working

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November 04, 2014, 08:27:35 AM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it... 
I agree 100% with this. I think the police need to be held accountable for their actions and their decisions. I think they should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are forced to make split second decisions, however their decisions need to be documented as well as the information they used to make such decisions. The only way to really document this is for the police to wear body camera (see your previous post in this thread)

This is the truth, every major incident usually ends with paid leave and "we found no misconduct".

If police officers were held more accountable for their actions like the average civilian that they go after, then things amy be a bit different.

I punch someone I got to jail, they beat the shit out of a guy and get to go on vacation.
I think it all boils down to the amount of evidence between each case. If there is an allegation that a police officer punches someone, then they will likely receive paid leave while internal affairs investigates, however the police officer cannot be charged for this or fired for this if there is not sufficient evidence against him (the same is true for a normal citizen who punches someone).

This only strengthens the argument for police officers to always needing to wear a body camera so their actions can be documented while they are working

This is not the case when someone alledgely punches a cop, then you WILL go to jail if the pig says so....
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November 08, 2014, 07:58:31 PM
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November 09, 2014, 05:32:01 AM
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So apparently this was not the first time he has done this, only the first time someone complained.

Per the article, two other women have come forward with similar claims.
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November 09, 2014, 08:41:40 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it

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November 09, 2014, 11:03:59 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it

That's why most cops can't even recite the law they claim you have broken and end up like the  stuttering fucks they are

There are plenty of videos online of cops arresting people for things that are not even illegal and getting into arguments when they occasionally do encounter a lawyer or a citizen who knows the law they usually back down or make a false accusation to save face...
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November 10, 2014, 05:22:08 AM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it
This is why there are checks and balances that prevent the police from giving sentences to people that allegedly break the law. 
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November 10, 2014, 06:37:50 AM
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Lack of accountability is the issue. Police always fall back on trying to say their job is so dangerous, and civilians wouldn't understand, but this is just a guilt trip tactic to distract you from persisting with holding police accountable for their negligence or active criminal activity. They have it made right now. In some states you can't even sue the police! They have total immunity. In any line of work, no accountability means there will be problems. When peoples lives are on the line this lack of accountability is unacceptable. Furthermore this lack of accountability has been turned into a for profit industry as police run roughshod over the generally law abiding population to fatten their pension funds, or so they can drive dodge chargers with camouflage vinyls and American flags on it...  
I agree 100% with this. I think the police need to be held accountable for their actions and their decisions. I think they should be given the benefit of the doubt when they are forced to make split second decisions, however their decisions need to be documented as well as the information they used to make such decisions. The only way to really document this is for the police to wear body camera (see your previous post in this thread)

This is the truth, every major incident usually ends with paid leave and "we found no misconduct".

If police officers were held more accountable for their actions like the average civilian that they go after, then things amy be a bit different.

I punch someone I got to jail, they beat the shit out of a guy and get to go on vacation.
If a business comes under enough public scrutiny it must shut it's doors. A police station is a business not a public service and being owned by the government means they must do allot of damage control to stay out of the public eye so they can keep raping the citizens.
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November 10, 2014, 08:04:47 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it

That's why most cops can't even recite the law they claim you have broken and end up like the  stuttering fucks they are

There are plenty of videos online of cops arresting people for things that are not even illegal and getting into arguments when they occasionally do encounter a lawyer or a citizen who knows the law they usually back down or make a false accusation to save face...

They don't stutter, they just beat you up and throw you in the car

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November 10, 2014, 08:19:56 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it

That's why most cops can't even recite the law they claim you have broken and end up like the  stuttering fucks they are

There are plenty of videos online of cops arresting people for things that are not even illegal and getting into arguments when they occasionally do encounter a lawyer or a citizen who knows the law they usually back down or make a false accusation to save face...

They don't stutter, they just beat you up and throw you in the car

Not when they know they're being recorded they don't Smiley
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November 10, 2014, 08:22:59 PM
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Not when they know they're being recorded they don't Smiley

I prefer when they don't know... the shadows have ways that are more fun to bring truth to light.

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November 10, 2014, 08:27:01 PM
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Not when they know they're being recorded they don't Smiley

I prefer when they don't know... the shadows have ways that are more fun to bring truth to light.

You will still get a beating and sent to jail unless you have someone else to be a witness and present the video tape to your lawyer etc

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November 10, 2014, 08:36:05 PM
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anyway, if any entity that has to be watched&control the recording... I smell the catshit already...

Imagine, a cell, the camera is only pointing on the left side... what will happen on the right corner will still be matter of discussion... but once the wall themselves will speak, no place un turn will be left for the criminals... Mercy isn't my +.

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November 10, 2014, 08:41:34 PM
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anyway, if any entity that has to be watched&control the recording... I smell the catshit already...

Imagine, a cell, the camera is only pointing on the left side... what will happen on the right corner will still be matter of discussion... but once the wall themselves will speak, no place un turn will be left for the criminals... Mercy isn't my +.

You don't got the proof of police brutality that allegedly happened off camera, they can shoot you in "self defence "and say you attacked them  and they will get away with it

I know which one I would prefer...
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November 10, 2014, 08:49:14 PM
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Thank God.

This whole thing isn't surprising, but it is disgusting.

Reading this: "In addition to being charged with stealing and dispersing the 23-year old woman’s photo, another 19-year-old woman who was arrested in August for a suspected DUI came forward making similar claims against Harrington. He is also under investigation in relation to a third woman’s complaint that her phone may have been tampered with by Harrington when he arrested her...."

I can't help but think if they did all this and did it to a 19 year old, how likely is it they took underage photos too? That's a whole 'nother thing with distributing child pornography, isn't it?

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November 10, 2014, 08:56:30 PM
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Thank God.

This whole thing isn't surprising, but it is disgusting.

Reading this: "In addition to being charged with stealing and dispersing the 23-year old woman’s photo, another 19-year-old woman who was arrested in August for a suspected DUI came forward making similar claims against Harrington. He is also under investigation in relation to a third woman’s complaint that her phone may have been tampered with by Harrington when he arrested her...."

I can't help but think if they did all this and did it to a 19 year old, how likely is it they took underage photos too? That's a whole 'nother thing with distributing child pornography, isn't it?

the law is sinuous... what's fun is that it could happen to any girls in America... who knows who could be her daddy... Cheesy.

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November 10, 2014, 10:48:40 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it
This is why there are checks and balances that prevent the police from giving sentences to people that allegedly break the law. 

Actually, there aren't. You can get charged for obstruction of justice for merely observing a police officer and documenting the scenario (your first amendment right)

It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it

That's why most cops can't even recite the law they claim you have broken and end up like the  stuttering fucks they are

There are plenty of videos online of cops arresting people for things that are not even illegal and getting into arguments when they occasionally do encounter a lawyer or a citizen who knows the law they usually back down or make a false accusation to save face...

They don't stutter, they just beat you up and throw you in the car

Not when they know they're being recorded they don't Smiley

Then they smash your camera and then beat you up and throw you in the car, then proceed to shoot your dog

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November 11, 2014, 04:26:27 AM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it
This is why there are checks and balances that prevent the police from giving sentences to people that allegedly break the law. 

Actually, there aren't. You can get charged for obstruction of justice for merely observing a police officer and documenting the scenario (your first amendment right)
You can get charged with any crime for any reason at all, however it is up to the courts to determine if a law has actually been broken. Obstruction of justice and resisting arrest are two very common crimes for people to be charged with however they are also crimes that are rarely prosecuted and have a very low conviction rate
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November 11, 2014, 07:46:53 PM
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It takes six years to learn the law but only six months to be handed a badge and a gun to enforce it
This is why there are checks and balances that prevent the police from giving sentences to people that allegedly break the law. 

Actually, there aren't. You can get charged for obstruction of justice for merely observing a police officer and documenting the scenario (your first amendment right)
You can get charged with any crime for any reason at all, however it is up to the courts to determine if a law has actually been broken. Obstruction of justice and resisting arrest are two very common crimes for people to be charged with however they are also crimes that are rarely prosecuted and have a very low conviction rate

It's innocent until proven guilty, not guilty until proven innocent. Cops shouldn't be allowed to give false tickets.

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November 11, 2014, 08:22:33 PM
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Wtf is this?  Where has this world come to.

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